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O’Neill’s stated focus for Measuring Workplace Performance is “measuring the alignment between the physical office work environment, and human performance and business objectives.”
Fifty two schools in the UK were used to identify ten criteria of well-designed schools.
After looking briefly at something colored red, people perform significantly more poorly on important tests evaluating competence.
Routes through forested areas should consider diversity in walkers’ sound experiences.
Spaces can have different types of value. CABE (the Commission for Architecture and the Built Environment) outlines six different sorts of value that can be assigned to built spaces.
Researchers found that views indicating water was nearby were significantly more preferred than images of similar areas without visible water influences.
How does neighborhood design influence or mitigate traffic stress?
There is a wealth of new information on the effects of light on health and implications for practical lighting design.
Design tips for white lighting emerge from vision, photobiology, and human factors research.
The American Institute of Architects (AIA) polled almost 2,000 members of the general public to determine their favorite buildings in the United States.